Indiana Pacers forward Danny Granger will miss at least three more games because of a left knee injury that has plagued him all season.
Granger returned briefly late last month and played for the first time this season. He appeared in parts of five games before soreness forced him to the sideline again. His last action came March 3 in the first half of a game against Chicago.
Pacers coach Frank Vogel told reporters on Wednesday that Granger will have the knee re-evaluated later in the week.
"Even if he's cleared at the end of this week, that's not going to be him back in game action right away," Vogel said, according to The Indianapolis Star. "That's him resuming activity."
The Pacers have carried on without Granger. Indiana (39-24) leads the Central Division by four games over the Bulls.